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¿Quién fue [Who Was] Alexander Graham Bell? Book Club Ages 9-12
We'll discuss in Spanish the life and contributions of Alexander Graham Bell after reading the Spanish version of "Who Was Alexander Graham Bell?", "¿Quién fue Alexander Graham Bell?" [Please contact for scheduling.]
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Students should read the book ¿Quién fue Alexander Graham Bell? [in Spanish] prior to attending class. Discussion is intended to be in Spanish. We will have some questions to help guide discussion on the topics presented in the book, but also have some flexibility to follow where the students take the discussion. A vocabulary sheet will also be provided for their reference to call attention to words and expressions that may be new to them or may be challenging to learn or remember. ...
This class is taught in Spanish.
Students will use the topic of Alexander Graham Bell to speak in Spanish. For some students this means growing their confidence and vocabulary. For other students it is an opportunity to have a book club in the Spanish language to continue literacy growth. Students also get to learn some of the nuances of translating from one language to another.
Teacher is a life-long Spanish speaker and has a bachelor's and a master's degree in Spanish as well as a graduate certificate in translation. Teacher is also a big fan of US history and lives in an area rich with resources to keep learning.
Please read the book ¿Quién fue Alexander Graham Bell? [in Spanish] prior to attending our class. The Spanish version of this book is available on Amazon in paperback. If it is their own book, the student is encouraged to highlight or underline in the book, fold down the page corners or stick in post-its, as they come across new vocabulary, questions, and interesting points for conversation. [Please do not make any permanent marks or changes to library books.] https://smile.amazon.com/%C2%BFQui%C3%A9n-Alexander-Graham-Quien-Spanish/dp/1631134191/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=%C2%BFQui%C3%A9n+fue+Alexander+Graham+Bell%3F&qid=1616553707&sr=8-1
Please read the book: ¿Quién fue Alexander Graham Bell? [in Spanish] prior to attending class. You may purchase it from Amazon, bookstores, or check your local library.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
AdrianaFostering the Love of Learning Spanish and Crafting
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Hello! I'm so excited to be able to teach about things I love here on Outschool! Many of my classes will have to do with Spanish or Latin America. I was raised bilingual in the United States during the school year and spent summers in Latin...